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Red-dragon-hot links

Written by Expy - Published on March 22, 2009

Johnn Four of RoleplayingTips.com and CampaignMastery.com fame emailed me this week and mentioned a site that I think a lot of you will be interested in. So it’s a great opportunity for me to do a round of links.

Here are the sites that I think need some attention:

The links

  • Dungeonaday.com provides an ever-growing dungeon adventure campaign for fantasy roleplaying games using the Open Gaming License. This site offers a new dungeon encounter every weekday, building a whole dungeon campaign one day at a time. Members get access to all the content, but if you want a taste, they have free content too.
  • Battle Graph dry erase boards look nifty.  You should take a look at these interlocking battle map tiles.
  • Warpig Radio is for real.  There’s always something great ready to be listened to – just tune in to the first 24/7 RPG internet radio. And their logo is awesome.

What’s hot right now?

Life at the Dungeon Mastering headquarters has been hectic!  I managed to play D&D often over the last few months but slacked off on my blog / D&D reading.

Tell me what you think is hot right now!

Is it the latest indie product?  Is it a new blog taking off?  Was it the Worldwide D&D gameday action? You tell me. (By the way – shameless plugging of your own website or product is welcome!)

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9 Responses to “Red-dragon-hot links”
  1. Francis B says:

    I’m over at DungeonaDay.com and the community over there is spectacular. A couple of us got together to give subscribers a new NPC every week, and we complement that with a new monster and monster lair every month. This month we are doing a blowout with six monsters of elemental goodness. If you are a subscriber drop by the member-created section to take a look.

  2. TwoSkewers says:

    WotC just announced that they have a new lead developer, Stephen Schubert, to head up the D&D team. I would love to find out more about where Mike Mearls has gone–and what initiated this change. It feels like they just started rolling out the D&D 4e stuff and the lead designer goes away? Where is he?

  3. Dave T. Game says:

    TwoSkewers: Mearls is the lead designer, Schubert is the lead developer, different positions. Mearls is still around.

  4. TwoSkewers says:

    Thanks for clearing that up. I guess, I misread this line as Lead Developer and Lead Designer were the same thing: “Stephen steps into the position formerly occupied by Mike Mearls, who recently took on the mantle of D&D Lead Designer. “

  5. kaeosdad says:

    Open game table is coming out tomorrow, and grognardia is heading a mega dungeon community project in response to dungeonaday.com.

    Spirits of eden has been generating a steady river of new homebrew content for his setting. Advanced Gaming & Theory has produced a ton of well written edition neutral guides for adventuring in dungeons and dragons. Greywulf has been playing old school 4e lately. Also asmor has a new tool to randomly generate backgrounds.

  6. jonathan says:

    OPEN GAME TABLE: The Anthology of Roleplaying Game Blogs was released today. A review in WIRED Magazine should show up later this afternoon about it as well.

  7. MageMirin says:

    The title of this article sounds like something being served at a tavern… Barmaid: “Yea, our special tonight is Red Dragon Hotlinks, watch out, their pretty spicy, which goes well with out dark ale which comes in pints or even quarts.”

  8. Brian Davison says:

    I had a visitor asking questions today who mentioned they found my site through you. Thanks for the spot on this page; it’s a great honor. We are very excited about the response we have received from the gaming community, and pre-orders suggest that we are really going to do well. We look forward to serving some of the best people you will ever find across the table, we know because we are gamers too.

    Again, thank you

    Brian Davison
    Longtooth Studios LLC

  9. Nicholas says:

    @Brian Davison: I heard about you here and I am very interested! You might want to make the pre-order info stand out a bit more though. Maybe I’m just blind but I missed it several times when trying to find out where I could buy.

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